Answer: A chemical tanker intended to transport cargoes mentioned in IBC/BCH chapter 17 with appreciably severe environmental and safety hazards which require significant preventive measures to preclude an escape of such cargo.
Answer: Grind the valve against the valve seat to obtain a uniform sealing surface.
Answer: given by the EPIRB itself
Answer: Not less than 10000 kJ
Answer: Air from stage one goes through discharge valves in stage one and through suction valves into stage two. In stage two it will be compressed to high pressure air.
Answer: CBTs cargo tanks are also used for ballast, SBTs are not.
Answer: Important due to different material and working conditions.
Answer: Remove the cartridge and weigh it to check that it has the full weight stamped on it
Answer: Your position, name, call sign and speed
Answer: Membrane tanks are not self-supporting
Answer: the structure dimensions and the material of the coax cable
Answer: Stop the purifier immediately, and make sure the oil is being feed to the bowl.
Answer: At exits and in corridors
Answer: To keep the lifeboat in an accurate position close to the vessel
Answer: – 33° C
Answer: She will most likely change heading to starboard
Answer: Release gripes
Answer: Seven short blasts followed by one prolonged blast
Answer: The Norwegian Maritime Directorate determines the basic safety manning after an evaluation which includes, inter alia, job specifications and qualification requirements.
Answer: 100% of the complement if it can be readily launched on either side of the ship. If it cannot be readily launched on either side, 100% must be provided on each side
Answer: Cold work permit + Permit for entry .
Question: keel, knew, knot, net
Question: Keep a look out for wreckage.
Question: Keep going until the two lights are in line.
Question: Keep the pilot boat on the port side.
Question: Keep the wind on the port quarter.
Answer: GOV (gross observed volume).
Answer: Vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations, indicating that you should pass on the dredgers port side
Answer: It is necessary to have a pilot ladder rigged and reaching from deck to the waterline, next to the pilot hoist.
Answer: Give starboard rudder in order to balance the force of the bank effect and rudder effect
Answer: Fasten seat belts
Answer: 2 entrances among which one is fitted with a semi-rigid boarding ramp
Answer: Stainless steel?
Answer: Order the dock man to shut down.
Answer: Intra-ship traffic
Answer: 2 compartments
Answer: Any of the others.
Answer: Under the forecastle.
Answer: Reduce the service interval
Answer: 1000-2000 PPM Nitrate.
Answer: The vessel?
Answer: Risk involves both identification of the occurrence and the likelihood that it will happen
Answer: Center, alternately towards each end
Answer: In a clarifier solids are removed from oil, whereas in a purifier solids and water are removed from oil
Answer: Restriction in the usage of combustible materials
Answer: The edge on the plunger which opens for the return line
Answer: Vegetable oil and cooking oil
Answer: The ISM Code is an international management code for the safe operation and for pollution prevention (Indian Safety Management (ISM) Code).
Answer: If the work could result in a serious injury, the work should be stopped immediately, and the master informed, then improved control methods put in place- otherwise personnel involved informed and alternative work methods employed
Answer: Primary means of escape
Answer: through hops between the ionised layers and the earth
Answer: Every 12 month
Answer: Norwegian Seamen’s Act, NIS Act
Answer: The illumination in launching areas
Answer: In the cargo tank there is a float on 99% filling that will give an alarm then close the loading valve to the tank when liquid reach the float
Answer: 15 ppm
Answer: Do a complete sounding of all bunker tanks
Answer: International shore connection
Answer: 22777.0 kHz
Answer: High air pressure in water seal
Answer: Reduce main engine setting to stop
Answer: Water in the lubricating oil during service
Answer: enhance the safety of lives at sea
Answer: It should be possible to inert and maintain a O2 content of less than 2 %.
Answer: At least two sets of instruments to detect each type of gas expected to be encountered?
Answer: No, the tanker should show the normal navigation lights only
Answer: Injection valve has too high opening pressure.
Answer: As shown in figure 1.
Answer: Rocket parachute flares
Question: Kinetic energy of a body is due to its___
Answer: above the equator
Answer: Organise a lookout system. Join up with other survival craft if possible. Stream the sea anchor
Question: kite, boat, ship, yacht
Answer: Control by the master/employer and public supervisory authority that the requirements of law or agreement concerning the employee’s service on board are satisfied.
Answer: Loss of supply to one of the bearings.
Answer: Maintain sufficient intact stability
Answer: English or French
Answer: it will have sufficient built in buoyancy to avoid the use of a lifejacket
Answer: it can be dropped from a height of maximum 18 metres
Answer: Each crew member signs in part b of the applicable crew agreement and the master or deputy signs in part c below the signature of the seamen. The discharge book is signed by the master and given to the seaman. An entry is made in the official log book ind
Answer: Add some m? of cold water, preferably freshwater into the tank at high speed without pumping out in order to avoid heat reaction.
Answer: Activate the nearest fire alarm button and advise bridge of the location of the fire.
Answer: 6 and 7 litres
Answer: The water will explode into steam causing hot fat to be thrown far away thus possibly causing severe burns or fire.
Answer: Within 68 ?C to 79 ?C
Answer: High water level in the water seal
Answer: Strong acidic solution.
Answer: Ropes made of natural fibres, such as manila or cotton with non-metallic, non-conductive equipment at the lower end?
Answer: To secure the rope.
Answer: Series of short blasts
Answer: At intervals not exceeding 9 steps.
Answer: Clogged turbocharger filters.
Answer: All of the answers are good
Answer: In tanks not adjacent to the ship’s shell plating having heating coils?
Answer: Radiotelephony – Phase modulation
Answer: Outside the colored zone.
Answer: Gear pump
Answer: Gravity disc is too small. Flow rate is too high
Answer: CO2 horn
Answer: To measure the distance from the deck or tank cover measuring point to the liquid level in a tank.
Answer: Distribution and weight of the containers?
Answer: After it has been laid down
Answer: The International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention
Answer: They must ensure that workers are provided with suitable protective clothing where it is needed
Question: knee, back, coke, crew
Answer: Inform passengers at frequent intervals over the public announcment system about the situation and how they shall act. Use as many of the ships officers and crew among the passengers to assist.
Question: knife, kind, keep, kick
Answer: For safety reasons, otherwise seawater could enter the engine room.
Answer: be automatically activated when floating in water
Answer: Cover the spillage with a layer of foam.
Answer: Independent tank type A need secondary barrier
Question: knot, keel, king, key
Question: know, kilo, Kuwait, kill
Answer: 180 kg
Answer: Preparation of survival crafts’ Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRRB).
Answer: length of painter
Answer: Best use of the survival craft facilities in order to survive
Answer: Not less than 5 min after starting from cold with the lifeboat out of the water
Answer: To prevent the alternator from “motoring” by being supplied power from other parallel alternator
Answer: A relief valve.
Answer: 0600 – 1700 hrs
Answer: an operational compass provided with a binnacle
Answer: Yes, if the ship, for example, is not in a seaworthy condition for the voyage and the master fails to take steps to remedy the defects
Answer: Warm clothes, blankets and lifejackets
Answer: Onboard training and instruction shall be given in addition to regular abandon ship drills
Answer: muster station
Answer: Exhaust gas temperatures are higher than normal
Answer: slow to get slow cooling.
Answer: Vessel aground
Answer: To meet the requirements of goods to be transported
Answer: To be sure that we do not have water collected in the cylinders.
Answer: Provide clear warning that persons must not smoke in bed
Answer: Survival craft portable radio
Answer: radio log or ship’s log
Answer: Name and Port of registry of your vessel.
Answer: The deck cargo shall be stowed so that navigation and manoeuvring is not hampered.
Answer: Stop all cargo operations and close the deck IG line isolating valve
Answer: Carry out procedures to instructions for cold work including filling in forms and having them signed.
Answer: G = I / R
Answer: Resistance, 3300 ohms
Answer: People, officers and crew
Answer: In a room especially meant for cleaning products.
Answer: Gooseneck vent on main deck
Answer: VHF channel 06 or 08
Answer: Warning signs that indicate lack of oxygen inside
Answer: The atmosphere should be gas free and contain at least 21% oxygen.
Answer: 5 years
Answer: +/- 0.06 bar
Answer: The aircraft wishes to inform or instruct survivors
Answer: To remove solids, water and sludge.
Answer: be of sufficient strength to permit to pull the painter from the container and the inflation of the liferaft
Answer: Charlie, Hotel, Alfa, November, November, Echo, Lima
Answer: go to your muster station
Answer: Situation Report.
Answer: Over a wide range of temperature variations.
Answer: they must not be used for any purpose
Answer: Monitor the tank pressure closely and if necessary have the watchman to give the valve a little help to let the pressure out.
Answer: not less than 40% of total capacity of main pumps, but in any case not less than 25 m3/h
Answer: Transmission of ship to shore distress alerts
Answer: Normal temperature of the lub oil after the cooler is approx. 45 C.
Answer: Place the heel of one hand, two finger breadths above the bottom of breastbone. Cover the hand with the heel of the other hand.
Answer: All the listed alternatives
Answer: Until all crew members and passengers have reported to their respective muster stations
Answer: Fouling of the hull
Answer: give one of Inmarsat’s “special accesscodes”
Answer: Once every month
Answer: Posted on the notice board on board.
Answer: be repeated after 3 and a half to 4 and a half minutes
Answer: Excessive heating caused by over tightening of the gland packing.
Answer: When the capacity requirement is higher than the performance of one centrifugal pump.
Answer: A dry certificate has to be issued.
Answer: Compressor discharge pressure
Answer: Between 7 and 9.
Answer: Increase safety for all ships in the area
Answer: Amplitude modulation (AM)
Answer: At all times
Answer: R1 / R2 = R3 / R4
Answer: +75 C to +80 C
Answer: Complete interchangeability of hose couplings and nozzles
Answer: A rapid ringing of the bell forward followed by the gong aft for about 5 seconds at intervals of not more than 1 minute
Answer: Crude oil washing.
Answer: Regularly check the gyro against the magnetic compass
Answer: As soon as possible but not later than 2 weeks after he joins the ship
Answer: Yes, must be cooled to 25° C.
Answer: Human error
Answer: Figure 2.
Answer: By all the other mentioned alternatives.
Answer: As an able seaman
Answer: Opening water function missing.